Originally Posted by boydmbd @ oldgrunt. As a military retiree (with 7 years law enforcement), I agree with some of your concerns . However, if, as you say, the military is reflective of society at large, how many of society go around shooting other brothers-at-arms, like police officers, for example? With gang-bangers there is no societal accountability, whereas service members have relatively high accountability at the squad and section level.
Yes, there are those who have returned from war with emotional
Originally Posted by mogolfman I recently purchased a PPS used and noticed what looks like a lot of wear on the angular slide inside the pistol. Is this normal or should that be replaced? Any help is appreciated.
Originally Posted by whap There is no law that can restrict our rights.We need to remove the burdensome regulations they have saddled us with. We need to adopt the laws of Vermont, Arizona, Wyoming and Alaska. The Supreme Court in the state of Vermont has said that the way you carry a weapon, weather concealed or not concealed, is irrelevant. What's relevant is your intent to commit a violent or felony act. A measure of Second Amendment freedom relates to how gun owners may carry in Michigan, "allow"? "NO"!
With the arrest of Democratic California State Senator Leland Yee, his campaign aid Keith Jackson and 26 other defendants, gun control activists are rushing to find someone to step into Yee's place as a leader on the gun control issues. At the same time they are desperately attempting damage control, looking like the 'Little Dutch Boy' trying in vain to plug the ever growing holes in the gun control dike, with not only their fingers, but their toes.
They are fast
The 2nd Amendment does not establish a "right". It simply states that the "right", not established anywhere in the constitution, because you are born with these rights, shall not be infringed. It's a subtle but MAJOR point as with every other "right" you are born with. The Government is a collection of our servants. One does not give servants the authority to deny your rights.